Tourist Information Centres
Lincolnshire's tourist information centres are a useful resource for planning your trip to the county.
Each centre is run by friendly tourism staff who are brimming with local knowledge and ideas on how to get the most out of your visit.
Call the information centre for advice on the local area, or drop by during your visit to pick up brochures, leaflets and souvenirs.
|If you would like to see or order a Lincolnshire County Guide - Discover Lincolnshire an online brochure can be found here|
If you would like to see or order a Lincolnshire County Guide - Discover Lincolnshire an online brochure can be found here: http://discoverlincs.co.uk/
Wrapped around the River Witham, Boston is Lincolnshire's premier port complex with Marina and bustling town centre featuring fine historic buildings.
Telephone: 01205 365954 Email: email@example.com
Boston Guildhall, South St, Boston PE21 6HT
Brigg offers beautiful river views as well as attractive shopping in what is a small brick market town on the River Ancholme.
Telephone: 01652 657053 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Buttercross, Market Place, Brigg DN20 8ER
The fine, golden sands that form its beach have been a source of family fun for more than a century. A feast of fun awaits in Cleethorpes, whatever the weather.
Telephone: 01472 323111 Email: email@example.com
Cleethorpes Library, Alexandra Rd, Cleethorpes DN35 8LG
Britain's most inland port, Gainsborough boasts an attractive shopping centre, splendid Georgian Parish Church and the Trinity Arts Centre and Riverside Gardens.
Telephone: 01427 676666 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Marshalls Yard, Gainsborough DN21 2NA
A fascinating red brick stone old town with a high steeped 12th century church, Grantham is home to two iconic Britons, scientist Sir Isaac Newton and the UK's first woman prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.
Telephone: 01476 406166 Email: email@example.com
Guildhall Arts Centre, St Peter's Hill, Grantham NG31 6PZ
It may be dubbed 'Best Antiques Town' but there's more to it, a kind of satisfying Englishness that prevails in Horncastle. This is country living at a manageable pace. Standing between the Rivers Waring and Bain, the walls of the Roman town can still be seen.
Telephone: 01507 526065 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
9-13 Bridge St, Horncastle LN9 5HZ
Based in the Sir Joseph Banks Centre
Lincoln's historic Castle Square information centre is housed within a Tudor building opposite the Cathedral and Castle.
Telephone: 01522 545458 Email: email@example.com
9 Castle Hill, Lincoln LN1 3AA
Louth is a pretty Georgian market town in the heart of the Lincolnshire Wolds, with thriving markets, speciality shopping and historic buildings to discover.
Telephone: 01507 601111 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Louth Town Hall, Cannon Street, Louth LN11 9NW
Mablethorpe is a lively seaside resort with award-winning golden sand beaches providing an irresistible attraction.
Telephone: 01507 601111 Email: email@example.com
Mablethorpe Community Access Point and Tourist Information Centre, Stanley Avenue, Mablethorpe, LN12 1DP
Scunthorpe is often referred to as the heart of rural Lincolnshire, with a lively centre and plenty to discover.
Telephone: 01724 297354
Scunthorpe Central Library, Carlton Street, Scunthorpe DN15 6TX
Skegness is quite simply the premier family seaside resort with six miles of award-winning sandy beaches and enough attractions to keep the children happy.
Telephone: 01507 613100 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Embassy Theatre, Grand Parade, Skegness PE25 2UG
Sleaford (Information point)
Sleaford lies in the heart of rural Lincolnshire, a bustling market town with a long and varied history.
Telephone: 01529 305904 Email: email@example.com
Navigation Wharf, 7TW, Carre St, Sleaford NG34
Spalding is famous as the centre of the UK flower industry and each spring 100,000 visitors visit the town to see the spectacular Flower Festival.
Telephone: 01775 764554 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
23 Market Pl, Spalding PE11 1SS
Known as the ‘best stone town in England' Stamford is a must on any tour. It is architecturally outstanding with numerous medieval buildings as well as fine Georgian streets and squares.
Telephone: 01780 755611 Email: email@example.com
Stamford Arts Centre, 27 St Mary's St, Stamford PE9 2DL
Waters' Edge Visitor Centre
Waters' Edge offers a great base for walks, education, heritage, wildlife, tea and a chat.
Telephone 01652 631500
Maltkiln Road, Barton upon Humber, DN18 5JR
Tourist information from the Cottage Museum - Step back in time to a gentler era by visiting the inland spa resort which still has elegance within its wide tree lined avenues.
Telephone: 01526 352456 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Opens 1st April - We're open 10.30 to 4.30 every day until the end of October
Cottage Museum, Iddesleigh Road, Woodhall Spa LN10 6SH